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Police: Castle Hayne man killed in Florida when passenger on drugs wakes up, fires shots

A New Hanover County man was shot and killed by his passenger Sunday while headed north on I-95 in Florida after the passenger woke suddenly from a drug-induced stupor and fired without warning, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.
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Deputies performed welfare check hours before murder suicide

Just hours before a Pender County mother allegedly shot her teenage son and then killed herself, a Pender County deputy was at the home doing a welfare check.
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United Airlines comes to ILM, adds two new non-stop flights

Wilmington International Airport announced Monday that United Airlines is coming to the Port City, which will add two new non-stop routes.
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Myrtle Beach awarded $1.25 million to hire 10 new police officers

The City of Myrtle Beach has been awarded $1.25 million in federal grant funding to hire 10 new officers, according to a news release.
Pending home sales fall
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NC Rate Bureau asks for 18.7% rate hike for homeowners insurance

The North Carolina Rate Bureau has filed a notice with the NC Department of Insurance asking for a statewide average increase in homeowners insurance rates of 18.7 percent for 2018.
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Local fraternity alumni chapter provides Thanksgiving dinner for eight families

The Wilmington alumni chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity is taking part in the season of giving. Their goal is to provide Thanksgiving dinner for eight Wilmington families.
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City Council could allow more horse-drawn carriages in downtown Wilmington

The Wilmington City Council is weighing the possibility of allowing more horse-drawn carriages in downtown Wilmington. The issue was brought up Monday morning at the City Council agenda briefing.
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CFCC rallies for history instructor in need of double lung transplant

Bob Brennan, who has taught at CFCC for 20 years, is in need of a double lung transplant and was given 6 months to live unless he gets a transplant.
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Girl Scouts urge parents not to make kids hug relatives on holidays

In light of recent widespread allegations of sexual abuse, the Girl Scouts of America is stressing the importance of setting boundaries.
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Suspect accused of passing counterfeit $50 bills in Elizabethtown

Counterfeit cash that looks and feels real and even passes when marked with a pen, now an investigation is underway in Elizabethtown.